How to Blend On Procreate – Blending Your Work Area In Photoshop
In this article, I am going to share with you some information that will guide you in learning how to blend on Procreate. The most important things to note are: first, learn the poses you want to do and the music that you want to use. Next, put together your pieces of picture. Lastly, practice, and practice.
Before we get started, download the latest version of the How to Blend on Procreate software. At the software section, you will see various tools and functions that allow you to learn how to blend on Procreate. Once you have downloaded it, open up the Procreate software and then, select the Blend tab. Select the items that you wish to change. Next, check the Audio tab to hear a sound of your composition.
Next, click on the Blending tab and then click on the Blender option. Once you have checked the box, click on the New Blender Tool. In the Blender Tool Properties, select the Blender mode. If you prefer, leave it as the Off option. Next, click on the style options that you prefer.
The next step is to set the canvas where you will be working. Click on the Selection tab. Set the width and height as desired, depending on the complexity of the drawing or painting. Next, click on the New Brush tab and select the desired brush type. While selecting a brush, it is advisable to use the color wheel for easier selection.
In addition, select the Color tool in the painting palette. You will find that there are two types of sliders in the Blending region: the parallel slider and the alternate/ parallel’s slider. The parallel slider determines the central area of your artwork, while the alternate/ parallel’s slider affects the outer boundaries of the drawing. The color picker allows the artist to select the appropriate color from the painting.
Finally, click on the Create Clipping Mask icon. The Blending Brush dialog box will appear. The leftmost value in the Clipping Mask field will correspond to the hue you want the image to retain after the image has been blended. Use the entire canvas or just parts of it, according to the requirements.
It is possible to preview the painting you will get after the blending operation has been completed. Click on the view icon for a larger view, or view it by its original size (cropped) in the Paint Menu. The composition panel displays a tool palette, and the title indicates the layer where this painting is stored. It is a good practice to save all the various versions of a drawing using the same blend style, in case some parts need redoing.
After creating the painting, make sure that you preview it on a white background. Then, you can start modifying the properties of the painting, using the normal or alpha lock function keys. The alpha lock mode lets you adjust the strength of the reds, blues, and greens, by adjusting the transparency of the brush or color. Alpha mode is useful for removing some redness of the color when you are working with a dark color.
You might also want to use the normal or default mapping mode when you begin editing. This allows you to use default smudge tools, although you cannot modify the hue of the smudges. If you want to experiment with different color blending using blend modes, you should first create a copy of the image you wish to modify. Then, open the copy in Photoshop, and use the normal or default mapping mode to place your newly created image.